Stille Is Minimalist, Easy-to-Assemble Shelving by Standard Issue

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Stille Is Minimalist, Easy-to-Assemble Shelving by Standard Issue

Stille is a minimalist, easy-to-assemble shelving and table system designed by Brooklyn-based Standard Issue. The framework was inspired by the functional timelessness of the Abstracta System, which was initially developed by mid-century Danish architect Poul Cadovius.

Standard Issue has adapted the signature joinery and slim lines with a series of updated configurations and shelf designs consisting of bedside tables, side tables, coffee tables, media consoles, and a range of multi-purpose shelving.

The system is manufactured in Kalamazoo, Michigan, by Consort Display Group, the owners of Abstracta. The flexibility of builds and variations in color allow Stille to co-exist in almost any environment, whether it be for use in a residential project, or for a commercial or hospitality setting alike.

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